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30 Days: Change Your Habits, Change Your Life: ...

Find out how to take control and full responsibility of your life, and how a couple of small steps every day can change everything. In this simple, fast-paced eBook you will be learning what it takes to create the life you want.

30 Days: Change Your Habits, Change Your Life: ...


Marc Reklau Author of 30 Days Change Your Habits Change Your Life book talks about how you can change your life, no one is responsible for failure or even success, and whatever you do now will be your future, the author has shared some of the habits that will make your life easier and simpler.

Find out how to take control of your life and how a couple of small steps every day can change everything. "30 Days" is not just a book that you listen to. To make it work, you have to work and do the exercises it proposes consistently over time.

Create lasting change - one habit at a time. Have you ever asked yourself why some people seem to get everything easily and others don't? Do you feel like a victim of your circumstances? Are you tired of waiting for your life to change? Find out how to take control and full responsibility of your life, and how a couple of small steps every day can change everything.

Change your habits, change your life urges the reader to accept that changes are hard, and suggests small tiny changes to inculcate habits that improve all aspects of life be it, physical, financial, spiritual or overall well-being.

Habits are powerful. With about 40% of our everyday behavior repeated in the form of habits, they shape our very existence, and ultimately, our future (8). Habits, in fact, are key to wellness. For better or worse, habits very much influence health, well-being, and quality of life. If you are striving to improve these, you need to think about habits, because if you change your habits for the better, you change your life for the better (8).

If you want to change your life, you need to start considering the needs and wants of your future self over the ones you have right now. Prioritizing how you feel and what you want in the moment is what lead you here. Instead, commit to making choices for the benefit of your future self. The idea that "being present" means disregarding anything but your most base instincts and desires is not enlightenment, it is self-destruction.

When you see or hear something that immediately enrages you or upsets you (even if it's just a negative thought that crops up in your head) before reacting to it and pouring your energy into it, question it. Figure out where it came from, and ask yourself whom your reaction to it would serve. Learning to take that micro-pause between a stimulus and your response will change the way you look at everything.

Get out of the mindset that you have to "get through" the day and get into the mindset that the coming hours are filled with open-ended potential for you to take action that will change your life forever. The only difference is your willingness to see things differently, and your effort in trying to make them better.

By writing down your goals and tracking your progress, you're able to re-evaluate your goals, and if you're not hitting them, then you can figure out what changes need to be made so that they can be attained.

In setting resolutions, you are striving to become the best version of yourself. To become the best version of yourself, it is necessary to develop new habits, which requires discipline and consistency. 041b061a72


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